"Many managers feel guilty about the fact that they’re in so many meetings so they develop the mindset that "I’m a bad manager if I don’t always keep my door open when I’m in my office." But this can lead to every spare minute between appointments being filled by people walking through their door eager for attention. In turn, all of their own work needs to happen in the evenings and weekends, which then leads to a cycle of guilt about being a bad spouse, parent, or friend. If this sounds like you, the escape route is to change your standards for what it means to be a good manager."
Elizabeth Grace Saunders